Snapdragon 480 5G chipset

First Snapdragon 480 5G chipset is announced by Qualcomm – Qualcomm is expected to rock the mobile industry with its new SoC Snapdragon 480 with 5G connectivity. Technically, it became the first 5G-enabled chipset in the 400 series of mobile platforms with a first-class X51 modem.

In comparison to the Snapdragon 460’s Kryo 240, the company upgraded the CPU to a Kryo 460 core that was powerful enough to release uninterrupted power when doing the heavy tasks. To ensure that the phone consumes less power while on standby, the A55’s cores come into play.

Snapdragon 480 5G chipset is announced by Qualcomm

Qualcomm Snapdragon processor

We should praise Qualcomm for taking a significant leap in the graphics section by introducing Adreno 619 on the 480 chipsets. The chipset giant claims that the Adreno 619 offers an almost 100% improvement in graphics rendering as well as frame rate management.

The next generation of the Hexagon 686 DSP takes AI capacity about 70% ahead of its predecessor. Consequently, this will allow for the intelligent task and battery management. On the other hand, we have a redefined triple ISP that can unlock new photography possibilities with support for a sensor up to 64MP.

Let’s change the topic, Qualcomm will collaborate with famous cellphone manufacturers like OnePlus, Xiaomi, Motorola, etc. to implement in your next mid-range phones. Thanks to Qualcomm, people planning to buy mid-range phones expect to experience these incredible 5G speeds. In addition, the 8nm architecture is a major draw point that puts it on a par with the next-generation chipsets.

Consequently, the Snapdragon 480 can overcome current competition barriers, as well as its rival companies’ turntables. Now, we don’t have to spend a lot of money to use 5G connectivity with Qualcomm’s incredible innovation.

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Sumit Pandit
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